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IS 15386 (2003, Reaffirmed 2009) : Pressurized Irrigation 
Systems — Graphic Symbols. ICS 65.060.35 




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(Reaffirmed 2009) 

1515386:2003 

Indian Standard 

PRESSURIZED IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 
— GRAPHIC SYMBOLS 



ICS 65.060.35 



© BIS 2003 

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS 

MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG 
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June 2003 Price Group 3 



Irrigation and Farm Drainage Equipment and System Sectional Committee, FAD 54 



FOREWORD 

This Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized by the liTigation 
and Farm Drainage Equipment and System Sectional Committee had been approved by the Food and Agriculture 
Division Council. 

Pressurized irrigation systems are becoming very popular now-a-days in the field of agriculture. For efficient 
operation of these systems, it is essential that they have been designed properly. This standard has been prepared 
with the objective to ensure use of uniform symbols on drawings and diagrams concerning installation of these 
irrigation systems. 

In preparation of this standard, assistance has been derived from Doc: ISO/TC23/SC 18/N 464 'Graphic symbols 
for pressurized irrigation systems', issued by International Organization for Standardization. 



IS 15386 : 2003 



Indian Standard 

PRESSURIZED IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 
— GRAPHIC SYMBOLS 



1 SCOPE 



This Indian Standard establishes conventional basic 
graphical symbols for use on drawings and diagrams 
concerning of irrigation systems. 

2 REFERENCES 

2.1 The following Indian Standard contain provisions 
which, through reference in this text, constitute 
provisions of this standard. At the time of publication, 
the edition indicated was valid All standards are 
subject to revision and parties to agreements based on 
this standard are encouraged to investigate the 
possibility of applying the most recent editions of the 
standards indicated below: 

IS No. Title 

14178:1 994 Pressurized irrigation equipment — 
Terminology 

3 DEFINITIONS 

For the purpose of this standard, the definitions given 
in IS 14178 shall apply, 

4 GENERAL RULES 

4.1 A group of devices/components is represented by 
a general symbol. The general symbol shall be 
completed for any special component. In general, 
actuators may operate various types of valves. In this 
standard, various assemblies of actuators — valves 
are brought for only the basic valve. 

4.2 The symbols for valves, piping and piping 
accessories, connections and junctions operations/ 
functio)ns, pumps, filters, water application equipment, 
chemical injector, irrigation machines, irrigation 
controller are given in tables 1 to 12. 

5 SYMBOLS FOR PIPING AND PIPING 
ACCESSORIES 

Table I Symbols for Piping and Piping 
Accessories 





No. 


Designation 


Symbol 




Major (main) 
pipeline 


"""""■"" 


5 J 


(Width 1 mm) 


S.2 


Minor 

(secondary) pipeline 






(Width 0.5 mm) 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


5.3 


Future extension 
(planned) pipeline 





5.4 


Existing pipeline 
that will be used 




5.5 


Pipe (crossing) 
with connection 


^ 








5.6 


Pipe (crossing) 
without connection 


^_ 








5.7 


Direction of flow 


.,„ %, 






5.8 


Interruption of piping 


-AV- 


5,9 


Pipe cross-section 


O 


5.10 


Concentric pipe 
bore change 


-o- 


5.11 


Abolition of pipe 


■* 36- 


5.12 


Pipe sleeve 


1 \ 








t -■■ ' " 1 


5,13 


Domestic 
(drinking) water 


— ^o w — 


5.14 


Reclaimed 
(irrigation) water 


V H 



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6 SYMBOLS FOR CONNECTION AND 
JUNCTIONS 



Table 2 Symbols for Connections and , 


Junctions 




No, 


Designation 


Symbol 


6J 


Detachable junction 


i 




1 


6.2 


Non-detachable 
junction 












6,3 


Flanged and bolted 












6,4 


End flanged 
and bolted 










6.5 


Rotary flange 




6.6 


Union 




,1 ■ , 




u^^.^-^ ^ 




6,7 


Quick release 
coupling 


-+- 


6.8 


Expansion joint 






""" =.»i 






6.9 


Male plug 


r 

— — . — »^ 


6ao 


Female plug 


r 


6.11 


Endcap for pipe 


-■ 1 




^J 





7 SYMBOLS FOR VALVES ACCORDING TO 
STRUCTURE 

7.1 Symbols According to Type 

Table 3 Symbols for Valves 

According to Structure 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


7.1.1 


Valve-general 
symbol 


-oo- 


7.1.2 


Gate type 


-l>W- 


7.1.3 


Globe type 


-D»C3- 


7.1.4 


Needle type 


-D*Ch 


7.1.5 


Butterfly type 


-tX3- 


7.1.6 


Ball type 


-Da3- 


7.1.7 


Diaphragm type 


HXh- 


7.1.8 


Angle valve 


^ 


7.1.9 


3-way valve 


-t5<3- 


7.1.10 


4-way valve 


4- 



7.2 Symbols According to Operation 

Table 4 Symbols According to Operation 



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13 Symbols According to Function 

Table 5 Symbols According to Function 





No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


7.2.1 


Hydraulically 
Of pneumatically 
operated valve 


-^ 


7.2.1.1 

(1) 


Opens on failure 
(normally open) 


-^ 


7.2.1.2 

(1) 


Closes on failure 
(normally closed) 


-{^ 


7.2.1.3 

(1) 


Retains position 
on failure 


-(^ 


7.2.2 


Manually operated 
valve 


-D^ 


7.2.3 


Magnetically 
operated valve 


-M- 


7.2.4 


Electrically 
operated valve 


-^ 


7.2.5 


Float operated valve 


^0- 


7.2.6 


Weight-load 
operated valve 


H>^ 


7.2.7 


Spring operated 

valve 


-ch- 


7.2.8 


Solenoid operated 
valve 


-dS^ 


7.2.9 


Piston operated 
valve 


-^ 


NOTE — Options in 7.2.1.1 to 7.2.1.3 are valid also for 7.2 J, 
7.2.4, 7.2.8 and 7.2,9. 





No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


7.3.1 


Non-return valve 
(basic type) 


-^<i- 


7,3.1.1 


Non-return swing 

type 


-e<i- 


7.3.1.2 


Non-return 
ball type 


-fei- 


7.3.1.3 


Non-return lift 
(globe) type 


-t>c3- 


7.3.1.4 


Non-return tilt type 


-&]- 


7.3.2 


Air release valve 
(basic type) 


t 






7.3.2 J 


Low pressure type 


t 






7.3.2,2 


High pressure type 


t 






73.23 


Dual-type function 


t 






133 


Volumetric type 


^^ 


7.3JJ 


Serial type 


^- 


7.3.3.2 


Non-serial type 


-^ 


7J.4 


Control valve 




{Continued on page 4) 



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Table 5 (concluded) 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


7.3A1 


Pressure reducing 
valve (pressure 
regulator) 


4^ 


7.3.4.2 


Flow regulation 
valve (flow 
regulator) 


-f&- 


7.3.5 


Safety valve 
(basic type) 


-Mh 


7.3.5,1 


Globe type spring 
loaded 


-ck- 


7.3.5.2 


Opens when pressure, 
p, is higher than the 
set value 


-4f- 


7.3.5.3 


Closes when flow, 
q, is higher than 
the set value 


-dI# 



8 SYMBOL FOR PUMPS 

Table 6 Symbol for Pumps 



No. 



8,1 



Designation 



Pump (basic symbol) 



Symbol 




9 SYMBOLS FOR MEASURING DEVICES 
Table 7 Symbols for Measuring Devices 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


9.1 


Pressure gage 


^ 


9.2 


Water meter 


r 


9.3 


Recorder 


_5_ 



10 SYMBOLS FOR WATER APPLICATION 
EQUIPMENT 

Table 8 Symbols for Water 
Application Equipment 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


10.1 


Sprinkler 




lO.lJ 


Sprinkler full 
circle 


-o— 


10J.2 


Sprinkler part circle 


-<i^- 


10.2 


Pop-up 




10.2J 


Pop-up full circle 


— 0— 


10.2.2 


Pop-up part circle 


-(5>- 


10.3 


Sprayer 




lOJJ 


Sprayer full circle 


-T^r 


10.3,2 


Sprayer part circle 


-7^ 


10.4 


Dripper (Emitter) 


_« 


10.5 


Emitting pipe 









1 1 SYMBOLS FOR FILTERS 

Table 9 Symbols for Filters 



No. 



11.1 



11.2 



Designation 



Filter, strainer 
type 



Filter, media 
type 



Symbol 




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12 SYMBOLS FOR CHEMICAL INJECTORS 
Table 10 Symbols for Chemical Injectors 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


12.1 


Chemical injection tank 


B 


12.2 


Chemical injection 
pump-hydraulic 


•S- 


12.3 


Chemical injection 
pump-electrical 


■ 


13 SYMBOLS FOR IRRIGATION MACHINES 
Table 11 Symbols for Irrigation Machines 




No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


13.1 


Irrigation machine 
-Reel machine 


mn£) 


13.2 


Irrigation machine 
-Traveller machine 


ui© 



No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


13.3 


Lateral move 


h- n 




h^ "J 


13.4 


Center pivot 


o 


13.5 


Side roll 


• * . ^ 




^ • * • 1 • V"^ 








14 SYMBOL FOR IRRIGATION CONTROLLER 
Table 12 Symbol for Irrigation Controller 




No. 


Designation 


Symbol 


14.1 


Irrigation controller 


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